Georgia's public libraries will join seven statewide units of the National Park Service this summer to celebrate the 100th birthday of America's national parks and the state's 2016 Summer Reading Program.
With the theme "On Your Mark, Get Set...READ!" the 2016 Summer Reading Program (SRP) at Georgia's public libraries will be a celebration of games, sports, health and wellness.
Georgia's General Assembly endorsed the importance of the state's public libraries by ending the 2016 session with a proposed budget of $23.7 billion for fiscal year 2017.
The LaFayette-based Cherokee
Regional Library System's (CRLS) Dade
County Library has been named a
finalist for Library Journal's 2016 Best
Small Library in America award.